Another term has begun, and that brings with it some changes to the schedule.
- The new jazz and blues show Beyond the Blues began last week. It runs every Tuesday morning from 10am until 11am. Join host Peter Hansen for an enlightening look at the blues industry, the inspiration and the musical form.
- Interested in research? Curious what happens right here at UNB and STU? Join host Bobby Ogilvie every Tuesday morning at 11am for Scientific Sandwich, an interview and discussion of local research with international importance.
- The show Agent Purple on Tuesday nights at 7pm has changed its name to Culture Strike. Join host Candace Mooers for current affairs news, interviews and music focussing on community-based cultural activities and under-reported news.
- We’ll be presenting the four-part documentary Patti Smith on Dylan starting this Friday at 8pm.
- Starting this Saturday, New Hampshire storyteller Sherwin Sleeves will be heard at 8pm (when not pre-empted by hockey). We’ll be beginning with the series The Rulebook and Calendar of Kittery Embers interspersed with episodes of The Radio Ghost.
- Starting this Sunday, CHSR’s brand new one hour news program, tentatively named The Square, will begin at 2pm. The syndicated program, Native Solidary News, will move to 11am on Sundays.
- The Coffee Table/This Is It! will start doing their live shows on Sundays at 6pm, with their original spot of Thursday at 4pm becoming a repeat.
There are also a few adjustments in the overnight schedule:
- On very late Mondays/very early Tuesday mornings, Bravery, Repetition & Noise moves up to midnight, The Porridge Hour follows it at 1am, and My Ghetto moves to 2am.
- Culture Strike is now repeated on late Wednesday night at 1am.
- Syndicated show Left of the Dial will now be heard on late Thursday night at 1am. The Coffee Table/This Is It! will now be repeated at 3am on Thursday night.
- Role Initiative has been added at 12:30am on late Friday Nights.